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? >> first of all, this is a good example of like an appeasement powerpoint. you've got this picture and we've had other pictures from obama and other incidents. the bottom line with hillary and chavez is that it shouldn't have happened in the first place. where was the pr handler? why is she getting close to him in that room? >> if you follow foreign policy, you might learn something. chavez is in real trouble in his own country. there is now -- [ talking over each other ] >> the united states has covertly undermined him on a regular basis during the obama administration. >> convertly. then they give him this piece of propaganda to go back so he can continue to crush the free speech in venezuela. do you pay attention to what they are doing in venezuela? cracking down on the free exchange of ideas. >> the united states has been helpful to the opposition. i predict chavez will be gone in -- >> to say obama and condone what he's doing in venezuela. >> with all respect most people see that for what it is. >> it is not what obama needs. >> sean: there's been criticism of mat expense of his tri
announcer ] relax. pam helps you pull it off. princess of the powerpoint. your core competency... is competency. and you rent from national. because only national lets y choose any car ithe aisle. and go. you canven take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i'm getting an upgrade. [ male announcer ] indeed, business pro. indeed. go national. go like a pro. >> a blast on a russian plane and 100 people were on and most survived. an engine of the plane caught fire wheel taxiing on the snowy runway. most of the people on board got out before it blew up. three people were killed and dozens suffered injuries. after the blast, all that was left of the plane was the tail section and part of a wing. last month, two people were killed in an accident involving engine failure on the very same model aircraft. >> prisoners ring in the new year with a riot and thousands of people prove it's never too cold to hit the beach as we go around the world in 80 seconds. the u.k., a prison engulfed in flames after inmates start add riot inside. we are told it began after officials f
. princess of the powerpoint. your core competency... is competency. and you rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i'm getting an upgrade. [ male announcer ] indeed, business pro. indeed. go national. go like a pro. gaue grmatains heyesy.rc g >>> happy new year to you. the new year means new laws. that is just ahead. but first, a quick check of the top stories we're following. pope benedict announced religious intolerance during his new year's mass at st. peter's basilica today. he's now planning on holding a summit of world religious leaders in italy in october to promote peace. it will take place on the 25th anniversary of a similar event. 21 people were killed in egypt after a car bombing attack. 79 others were wounded. eight of the wounded are muslim from a nearby mosque that was also damaged. >>> and back in this country, a tense standoff in texas ended friday when police stormed a bank and rescued the hostages. they are all safe. two alleged bank robbers are now un
that he has set in motion, he and his team. he will then do a powerpoint and then we'll open it up to q & a. so with that, david is going to come and do his presentation. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, everyone. thank you for coming. it's an honor to be here and thank you, peter, thank you to the foundation for providing -- for hosting today. i suspect that most in the audience and whether here in the room or from one of the cameras watching what we're doing still remember where they were on september 11, 2001, when they heard that two hours had been hit by two aircraft. i certainly remember. and i was in a traffic jam in virginia. the first call came from cnn where i was then national security correspondent and the second call came from my wife and she said, i'll never forget the way she put it -- she said, these two towers have been hit, do you know that yet and i said yes and she said i think it's your people. that's the wrong tone and that's the point. i had spent much of the summer because my job was national security hearing from sources in u.s. intelligence one who is prominent
of his research with the powerpoint presentation. so, jeff, i don't know if you want to just -- >> right, i think i should probably go to the dais. thi i think the remote control is probably up there. all right. we have the deck? >> there we go. so thanks for having me back. i think that this is a significantly more exciting time to be at this conference than last year when i was here, which was immediately after the election of scott brown, when the future of the affordable care act was very much in doubt. i think that we're all a lot more hopeful this year. and i think the challenges that we face which are challenges of implementation are challenges that we'll all gladly take in exchange for having gotten this law passed. i want to talk a little bit about where we are now and about how we talk about the affordable care act. i'm going to run through a little bit on public opinion and then i'm going to run through some of our own research on messaging. so as we heard from stephanie earlier, support for the affordable care act has remained stagnant over the past year. but at the same time
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